June 2005
Mix;Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p18
This article presents matters related to the internet. Napster users are no longer bound to their computers or other portable devices. In addition to announcing Napster Version 3, the site is now offering Napster to Go technology, a portable subscription service that lets consumers move an unlimited amount of songs from the Napster catalog to compatible for a monthly fee of $14.95. Online record level Magnatune and Samsung spin-off Hana Micron launched TunePlug, a reusable USB Flash drive that features 10 albums from 10 Magnatune artists as MP3 files. Music can be played anywhere on any computer or portable device.


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